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The Family Law Awards are supported by its principal sponsor Anglia DNA
Voting for the four community Family Law Awards opened today through the awards website, www.familylawawards.com/vote.
The community awards provide the family law community an opportunity to bring to wider attention the achievements of practitioners who seldom have their cases or work reported.
The four awards voted for by the family law community are:
The nominees are:
Family Law ADR Practitioner of the Year
Most Innovative Family Lawyer of the Year
Family Law Legal Executive of the Year
Family Law Readers Commentary Award
To read the full profiles of the nominees, click here.
This year the Family Law Awards is proud to be supporting two community organisations: The National Pro Bono Centre and a kidspace, a social enterprise which provides a support service for children who are experiencing family breakdown. Trustees from the National Pro Bono Centre will be judging the award for the Family Pro Bono Lawyer.
The winners will be announced at Family Law Awards ceremony which will be held on 10 October 2012 at the prestigious London Hilton hotel on Park Lane, Mayfair. The ceremony will be hosted by District Judge Nicholas Crichton. Tickets and tables for the evening can be booked by clicking here, the ceremony was fully booked last year, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Join the conversation about the awards on Twitter use the hashtag: #familylawawards.
For information on sponsorsing the Family Law Awards, please visit www.familylawawards.com/Sponsor-the-Awards.